Next Generation Firewall

Protection From Next Generation Threats

Secure Your Enterprise With Peace of Mind

Secure Your Enterprise With Peace of Mind

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    Protection From Next Generation Threats
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    Secure Your Enterprise With Peace of Mind

What

A next-generation firewall (NGFW) is a part of the third generation of firewall technology that is implemented in either hardware or software and is capable of detecting and blocking sophisticated attacks by enforcing security policies at the application, port and protocol levels.

Why

Protecting organizations from cyberattacks starts with a next-generation firewall

Who

Palo Alto Networks

Security for the Hybrid, Multi-Cloud World

Enforce consistent, best-in-class network security to protect applications hosted on-premises and in public clouds. Prevent inbound threats, enforce segmentation and microsegmentation, and protect against data exfiltration while running at DevOps speed and scale.
Consistent protection, reduced complexity
Modern applications are complex, interconnected networks of bare metal servers, virtual machines and containers, hosted on-premises in data centers and in public cloud environments. As application teams demand more automation, speed and agility, security teams try to regain visibility and control using a patchwork of security tools and policies. The results are often gaps in the enterprise security posture, overcomplicated reporting and compliance, and challenges with security management. Worst, the trend is growing.

Protecting your data and applications requires deep visibility and consistent, best-in-class security controls across physical, virtualized, containerized and cloud environments.
By 2025
41.6B connected devices
Complete Visibility
Gain complete insight into user, device, network, and application activity across all your on-premises data centers and private and public clouds with greater contextual awareness that maps to business requirements and risk.
Completion
Gain complete visibility into applications, users and threats
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What is
Zero Trust?

Like “machine learning” and “AI,” Zero Trust has become one of cybersecurity’s latest buzzwords. With all the noise out in the market, it’s imperative to understand what Zero Trust is, as well as what Zero Trust isn’t.
Zero Trust is a strategic initiative that helps prevent successful data breaches by eliminating the concept of trust from an organization’s network architecture. Rooted in the principle of “never trust, always verify,” Zero Trust is designed to protect modern digital environments by leveraging network segmentation, preventing lateral movement, providing Layer 7 threat prevention, and simplifying granular user-access control.

Zero Trust was created by John Kindervag, during his tenure as a vice president and principal analyst for Forrester Research, based on the realization that traditional security models operate on the outdated assumption that everything inside an organization’s network should be trusted. Under this broken trust model, it is assumed that a user’s identity is not compromised and that all users act responsibly and can be trusted. The Zero Trust model recognizes that trust is a vulnerability. Once on the network, users – including threat actors and malicious insiders – are free to move laterally and access or exfiltrate whatever data they are not limited to. Remember, the point of infiltration of an attack is often not the target location.
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Privileged Identity Management, Q4 2018, This trust model continues to be abused credentials. Zero Trust is not about making a system trusted, but instead about eliminating trust.

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